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new lift, dashboard lights stay on.

need some help with addressing the dashboard light issue with a new 2.25 RR lift on my commander. they remain on constantly. does anybody have any suggestions?
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Which dashboard lights are you talking about? Any light in particular?
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I doubt it is lift related. I and a ton of others have that lift....
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it is the abs lights. happened right after my wife had the lift put on (i am overseas)
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You're the first one to have this problem after installing the lift, so I wouldn't think that it is lift related.
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I know that I had to be really carefull of the ABS sensor wires when I installed the lift. It is possible they left one of the sensors disconnected or damaged a wire.
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If it turned on right after the lift was installed, and by that i mean the first time the key was turned after the install then obviously they messed something up when they installed it. Does anyone know if there are any abs sensors by the spindle that might have been unplugged and never got pluged back in. I know my ranger had them!




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thanks guys for the input. this is the first time to use this site and have got quicker responses that i did at the dealership. appreciate all. will definitely hang out in here more often.
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